03 Mar Three Secrets For The Perfect Vegas Getaway
As mentioned above, the City of Lights is designed for the tourism industry. Most locals make their living by contributing to the area’s premier destinations, whether concerts, shows, or luxury locations like restaurants and spas. But, much like any popular destination, there’s another Vegas carefully hidden in the madness.
This is the Vegas that locals live in, and it’s worth a gander. For example, there’s a hidden James Turrell light show tucked inside a Louis Vuitton store. There’s also a Top Golf, which is a great and cheap alternative to the area’s pricey golf course excursions. There’s vintage shopping, trendy cycling classes, and killer bookstores—but the most popular casino resorts won’t be handing out pamphlets that highlight these hidden wonders.
Those looking to take full advantage of their time in Vegas will need to study casino games and etiquette—but they’ll also need to do a bit of research into the area’s top attractions. With its storied history, Vegas is one of the oddest locations in North America. Though harder to find, many destinations reflect this eccentricity (see: Downtown Container Park, made entirely of shipping containers). Read the article